If you‘re diagnosed as anemic, your anemia treatment will depend on the cause of your problem and its severity. An iron or vitamin deficiency, a chronic illness, or hereditary conditions are the most likely culprits. Anemia simply means you have lower than normal amounts of red blood cells, or hemoglobin. Iron-deficiency anemia, the most common type, is very treatable with diet
You can help prevent iron-deficiency anemia by eating a well-balanced diet that includes good sources of iron, vitamin B12, and folate. Your body needs iron to make a protein called hemoglobin.
So we use Iron rich foods to enhance our blood profile:
Foods rich in iron:
Legumes: lentils, soybeans, tofu, tempeh, lima beans.
Grains: quinoa, fortified cereals, brown rice, oatmeal.
Nuts and seeds: pumpkin, squash, pine, pistacio, sunflower, cashews, unhulled sesame.
Vegetables: tomato sauce, swiss chard, collard greens
Green drinks and aloe-vera juice are two herbal remedies for anemia. Iron enhancing herbs include yellow dock, red raspberry or wild blackberry leaf, gentian, yellowroot, turmeric, mullein, nettle, parsley, ginseng, watercress, and dandelion.
Stinging nettles are by far my favourite for cleaning my blood but also to provide me with the all the iron I need.